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Rocky Corner Cohousing Open House

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Rocky Corner Cohousing Open House

Time: July 18, 2020 from 1pm to 3pm
Location: Rocky Corner Cohousing
Street: 58 Old Amity Rd.
City/Town: Bethany
Website or Map: http://rockycorner.org
Phone: 2039032646
Event Type: community, event
Organized By: Marie Pulito
Latest Activity: Jul 16

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You will have the opportunity to walk the 33 acre Rocky Corner property, see new homes of all sizes and meet future residents.

We will provide safe tours – all of us will wear masks and maintain 6+ feet of distance. We ask that you stay safe by bringing your own mask and by wearing long pants and sturdy closed shoes as we are still an active construction site.

You don’t need to RSVP but we would love for you let us know that you are coming and what you would like to see.

Email welcome@rockycorner.org

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